Southwark Data Recovery
Our certified Data Recovery London Laboratory offers services to retrieving lost, deleted, corrupted, inaccessible, damaged file data or virus attack. It is even achievable to reclaim overwritten data files. We specialise in all storage media like Camera SD Cards, USB Devices, external Hard-drives (HDD or SSD) or laptop or computer.
Serving both commercial or private, our certified Data Recovery Service is both quick and competitive. We service all leading brands including Apple, Sony, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Toshiba, Samsung, and LG. Please get in touch to see if we can help and to get a free quote. No fix - No fee!
Why Choose Advanced Data Recovery?
- Fixed pricing on recovery (You know what you are paying - no nasty surprises).
- Quick recovery turnaround at no extra cost. (Our average recovery time is 2 days).
- Memory card chip reading services (1st in the UK to offer this service).
- Raid recoding service (Specialist service for our business customers who have suffered a failed server rebuild).
- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
- Strict Non-disclosure privacy and security is 100% guaranteed.
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Areas in and around Southwark
- The London Borough of Southwark is in south London; it forms part of inner London and is linked by bridges across the River Thames to the city of London.
- The borough is a product of the amalgamation of three smaller council areas in 1965 under the London Government Act 1963. The council in authority is Southwark London Borough Council.
- The Shard, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Borough Market, and Tate Modern are the largest venues in Southwark, attracting domestic and international tourism.
- Southwark was first inhabited during the time of the Romans but the name dates from the 9th century.
- The three areas merged to form Southwark are the Metropolitan Borough of Southwark, the Metropolitan Borough of Bermondsey, and the Metropolitan Borough of Camberwell.
- To the north of the borough is the City of London and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, to the east is the London Borough of Lewisham, to the west is the London Borough of Lambeth, and to the south, the London Borough of Bromley and the London Borough of Croydon.
- The total population recorded as of 2001 was 244,866 with 63% white, 16% black African, and 8% black Caribbean. In 2011, there was a 17.7% increase with a total of 288,283 inhabitants.
- The following bridges connect the borough to the City of London: Millennium Bridge, Southwark Bridge, Tower Bridge, and London Bridge.
- Burgess Park is Southwark's largest green space, and the current tallest building in the EU is Shard London Bridge.
- There are many notable places of Worship in Southwark, Christianity being the dominant religion. There is Charles Spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle, St George's Cathedral, and St George the Martyr (the oldest church in Greater London), among others.
- Charles Dickens lived in the borough as a young man, and set several of his novels there.
- London Borough of Southwark has a number of international-standard museums and galleries, these include the Imperial War Museum, the Tate Modern, and Dulwich Picture Gallery, and others.
- The Livesey Museum for Children was closed by Southwark Council in 2008. The museum was given to the people by industrialist Sir George Livesey.
- London South Bank University has over 23,000 students and 1,700 staff members.
- The University of the Arts London has two of its colleges in Southwark - one at the Elephant and Castle site, and the other on Peckham Road.
Cities Close to Southwark
- London South Bank University
- Globe Theatre
- Tate Modern
- Imperial War Museum
- Borough Market
Wards in Southwark
- Brunswick Park
- Camberwell Green
- East Dulwich
- East Walworth
- Peckham Rye
- South Bermondsey
- South Camberwell
- Surrey Docks
- The Lane
Bordering London Boroughs